From Mokokchung, Nagaland. "Since young I always loved to draw, I love art more than food. But coming to quilling, I started just last year. Learnt the ideas from internet and now I create my own designs, my friends would request for a pair or two to make for them as well. That was the light bulb moment for me to sell. Moreover it's awesome to share something handmade, gift handmade to someone.
The lines ' Do what you love ' isn't that easy as it sounds. I had spend a lot of time, money ,effort exploring art. But there is always a reward in the end,the creativity which nobody can take it away from you " -Masaka
And that is why this gallery exists. It is imperative that no talent or hardwork goes unnoticed. 😊 Keep posting your creations and keep inspiring us.
You can order your custom made quilling accessories @masaka_tzudir. Please do support your local artists/creators/entrepreneurs by shopping local🙂
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After a week the water cameback and there was floods after 10-12 days.My husband couldn't return from Nagaon as there were no roads left. Somehow the news spread that the Sengupta family have been wiped out in the earthquake.My husband came in some way or the other - he walked several hundred miles to reach us,on seeing him we felt better.We had a tough debate of whether to leave or stay. We had our paddy fields here,if we were to die, we will die together. Even the European sahib encouraged us to stay back.After the earthquake,there were months and months of flood,Lily started doing social work.A woman came from Dhubri and together they went from house to house providing relief.The earthquake took away our livelihood,we had a big dairy where Europeans use to come to collect milk daily,none of that was left.Sadiya become so vulnerable that an overnight flood wiped away 13 miles.The present day Sadiya is the new Sadiya - it is called Chapakhowa.
Finally we moved to Dibrugarh in 1964.
Jyotirmoyee Sengupta,92 (Assam & the entire Northeast India was hit by an earthquake on 15th August 1950, measuring 8.6 on the richter scale with the epicentre in Tibet.It led to geographical change of the region mainly the Brahmaputra which changed its course.) #ArunachalPradesh#NorthLakhimpur#Dibrugarh#Dhemaji#Tinsukia#Sibsagar#indiaphotoproject#creativeimagemagazine#hikaricreative#burndiary#gupmagazine#instagram